Fancy sewing up some gorgeous lingerie for Valentine’s Day? Maybe a pair of matching jammies for you and your Valentine! I’ve been scouring the pattern books for knickers, bras, nighties, robes and other underpinnings so you don’t have to; and as my Valentine’s present to you I’ve even got some fabric suggestions.
Come in and talk to us about your Valentines sewing!
A library bag is a great project you can sew with your kids in the lead up to school going back. Come into the shop, get them to pick their favourite fabric and trims, and go home to whip up a very simple bag with straight line sewing. Some of our young sewists are as young as 10 but I’ve seen lots of budding designers at around 7 years old!
Which one are you going to make?
We have a lot of very talented mums, aunties and grandmas sewing kindy sheets and quillows for their kids as they go back to school for the new year. That’s right, 2017! I bet some of you are hanging out for a little peace and quiet after holiday mayhem!
Even if you’re a beginner sewer, you too can whip up some kindy sheets or a quillow; and we’ve got some terrific 100% cotton fabric to choose from so you can banish boring white sheets forever.
Check out the tutorials below and you’ll have the other mums asking you where you got your sheets from!
Sale starts 14th of December and finishes 24th of December 2016
When you sign up to our email list you’ll go in the draw to win a $50 gift voucher! Don’t forget we offer teenage and adult sewing classes, so book in now for the school holidays and new year.
The Bargain Box team have had a huge winter sale this week, and we’re very grateful to our customers old and new for supporting us. We’d love to see any of your creations, so please feel free to stop by the facebook page and share photos of your beautiful work.
We love to help you make your sewing projects come to life, and I thought it was important to blog about how you should never be too shy to ask for help.
I love sewing, and I get huge satisfaction from helping people, so please take advantage of that. I have to admit, quilting math isn’t my strong point so you’ll have to forgive me!!